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Arts and Performances

Each fall during Latino Heritage Month, film lovers of all ages gather in Ithaca for upstate New York's premiere Latin American film festival: Cine con Cultura Latin@ American Film Festival.

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 Come hear some incredible faculty, guests, and the first ensembles of the semester! 

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Savoyards Ithaca will perform Rupert Holmes' The Mystery of Edwin Drood at the Hangar Theatre, September 15 to 17.

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IC Gallery Director Mara Baldwin will be showing her own work in an solo exhibition called 'Never Done', opening at Corners Gallery (Ithaca) this Friday, September 15, from 5-7 p.m. Corners Gallery is open to the public and all are welcome.  The exhibition will remain on view through Saturday, October 28th.  For more information on Corners Gallery location, and hours, visit: www.cornersgallery.com  

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Check out upcoming concerts! Electronic, jazz, baroque, band, and orchestra! 

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The Department of Writing kicks off its fall Handwerker Reading Series this Tuesday with an evening devoted to image text works by both undergraduate Writing students and graduate students from IC's Image Text MFA program.

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Get ready to clap and sing along with the Ithaca College Jazz Ensemble! This free one-hour concert will be an enjoyable way for kids of all ages to learn about this great American music.

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The Handwerker Gallery opens doors this week with paired solo exhibitions featuring new work by Professor Susan Weisend (Department of Art), and locally-based painter Leslie Brack.

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The Department of Writing is proud to announce the Fall 2017 lineup of Distinguished Visiting Writers. 

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On Saturday, September 9, at 8:15 pm in Hockett Family Recital Hall in the Whalen Center for Music, Journey West will present a multimedia concert, including Klezmer music, Middle Eastern music, music from across Europe, and traditional American fiddle music. The concert is free and open to the public.

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Director of Jazz Studies Mike Titlebaum has returned from sabbatical leave spent at Ithaca College's London Center, and will present his band "Music Because Music" in a faculty recital in the School of Music.

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Stop by Whalen to hear one of our eclectic concerts this September-- from Klezmer and jazz to electronic and baroque! 

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Come join us tonight to celebrate the the hard work from three of this year's Humanities & Sciences Summer Scholars at the Art Department's Creative Space Gallery. The opening reception will be tonight, Friday September 1st 5-7pm, food and refreshments will be served. Additional open gallery hours will be on Saturday 9/2 and Sunday 9/3 12-5. Stop by, meet the artists and check out the art!

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 Please join us to celebrate the the hard work from three of this year's Humanities & Sciences Summer Scholars at the Art Department's Creative Space Gallery. The opening reception will be Friday September 1st 5-7pm, food and refreshments will be served. Additional open gallery hours will be on Saturday 9/2 and Sunday 9/3 12-5. Stop by, meet the artists and check out the art!

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Start your semester off with concerts in the School of Music! 

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Keep an eye out for our brochures, posters, website, and social media profiles: Handwerker Gallery is turning 40 this Fall and unveiling an ambitious slate of exhibitions and co-hosted programming with the Departments of Art, Art History, Writing, and English; the LGBT Center; and the Women and Gender Studies Program.

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Three of our '17 H&S Summer Scholars are hosting an art exhibit showcasing work from their projects. This celebration of their work will be held Friday, September 1st from 5-7p in the Creative Space Gallery.

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Sarah Sutton, Assistant Professor of Art, will be exhibiting her work as a part of the Upstate NY Painting Invitational at Main Street Arts, in Clifton Springs, NY 14432.

Dates: August 26, 2017-October 6, 2017

Hours:  Tues-Sat 11-6

 

   

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Camelot at Triphammer Arts

Contributed by Scott Stull on 08/03/17 

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Chivalry, passion, and betrayal! The timeless tale of King Arthur, Guenevere, Lancelot, and the Knights of the Round Table, set against a backdrop of lush green fields and Cayuga Lake at sunset, and featuring the classic Broadway songs, “If ever I would leave you,” “The lusty month of May,” and - of course - “Camelot!”

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This summer, the Ithaca Shakespeare Company is pairing the final installment of its productions of Shakespeare's history plays with one of his most endearing comedies

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